Over 50 Pembrokeshire beaches
You’re never short of things to do on a Pembrokeshire holiday
Over 50 beaches to choose from
There are over 50 Pembrokeshire beaches to choose from. You’ll find everything from peaceful, hidden coves to long swathes of golden sand. So, whether you want to soak up the sun, surf the day away or potter about in a rockpool with the kids, there’s a beach for you. Locally, we have Newgale – a surfer’s paradise and one of the best, unspoilt Blue Flag beaches in Wales. And the sheltered shores of lovely Nolton Haven can be reached via the local footpaths.
Click here to check the tides, weather or sea conditions at Newgale Beach.
Stunning scenery and varied terrain
If you love a walking holiday, West Wales is the place to come. The famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path – one of the most scenic walking routes in the world – is accessible from our farm. The ancient Preseli Hills, with their Neolithic burial chambers and mystical stone circles, are also close by. The stunning scenery and varied terrain make Pembrokeshire a popular cycling holiday destination. And the local area boasts some of the best horse riding trails in Wales too.
Boat trips, watersports and adventure
With pristine waters and impressive waves rolling in from the Atlantic, Pembrokeshire is a popular watersports destination. You can have a go at pretty much anything, including diving, surfing, kitesurfing, sailing, kayaking and coasteering (if you’re brave enough). Newgale Beach has several surf schools and there are plenty of local watersports and adventure providers around the coast. If you love wildlife spotting, it’s well worth booking a boat trip to Pembrokeshire’s islands.
Great family attractions
Activities to keep the kids occupied are an essential for any family break. There are so many things to do on a Pembrokeshire holiday you’re spoiled for choice. We’ve got some pretty impressive castles, including Pembroke Castle, birthplace of Henry VII. Or you can visit one of our great family attractions. Favourite family friendly attractions include Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, Manor Wildlife Park, Heatherton, Blue Lagoon and The Bug Farm.
Farmshops, farmers markets and microbreweries
If you love seafood, you’ll love eating out in Pembrokeshire! As well as the Victoria Inn and Brewhouse in nearby Roch, there are plenty of great pubs and restaurants in the local area. On your travels, be sure to check out some of Pembrokeshire’s best farmer’s markets, farm shops and microbreweries. If you’re on holiday at the right time, a trip to one of our and annual food festivals is always fun.
Wheelchair, scooter and mobility aid friendly
Three of our holiday cottages are wheelchair friendly and our level campsite is a boon if you struggle with inclines. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority are also committed to making the county more accessible for everyone. Their Walks for All and Easy Access Beach Guides have lots of information on the best places to visit if you use wheelchairs, scooters and other mobility aids. You can also hire beach wheelchairs at certain spots around the coast.
To find out more about things to do on a Pembrokeshire holiday, check out the Visit Pembrokeshire website.
With its soft neutral tones and striking blue accents reflecting the stunning sea views, there’s nowhere better to relax than Caldey Cottage.
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With its subtle beachy feel and deep blue accents reminiscent of a Pembrokeshire summer sky, our Skomer Cottage is an oasis of calm.